Accessing Filter Kernels in Python

Hello,

I am looking for help in using the filter kernels in python. In
particular, I want to use the filter.kernel.fir_filter_fff.

Is this even possible? I have poked around quite a bit and have not
been able to figure out how to properly import/use the kernels from
python. I hope this question isnt too vague, I can try to provide more
details if needed.

-Ben

On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 10:14 PM, Ben Peiffer
[email protected]
wrote:

-Ben

Hi Ben,

The kernels are not exported through to Python. They aren’t really
designed
for that, though I can see them being useful. If you want to experiment
with it and let us know how it works for you, you just need to add a
#include “gnuradio/filter/fir_filter.h”’ and ‘%include
“gnuradio/filter/fir_filter.h”’ to filter_swig.i and rebuild. You can
also
do this with the fft_filter.h to get that class of filters, too.

Tom

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